Reflections

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  1. ADP

    My Aunt, she has been gone for 17 years, but she is with me daily. I have strongly felt her presence anytime I need guidance or strength. We bonded from my teenage years through early adulthood. She was someone I could openly discuss things with and she would be loving and honest. I am thankful for the time we had together while she was hear on earth, and thankful for the bond we still carry on today.

    9 months ago
  2. Tak0yakii

    At first I felt so angry and robbed of my mother’s death 19 years ago. Through my healing journey, I have come closer towards a place of acceptance and gratitude. For this life-changing event has shaped my life twice over. Once when it happened, and again when I broke apart, shed the death of my old life and habits and was reborn into a new version of myself. I feel her with me, guiding me spiritually and for that I am eternally grateful <3

    9 months ago
  3. M
    Mahua Seth

    My dance teacher . She was much more than a teacher, she was a mother to me , my support, my mentor …. she stood and helped me during my troubled adolescent years through unconditional love. I am what I am because of her. We had so many plans to do, but she left early. But I know she is watching me and blessing me . I am eternally grateful that I had her in my life.

    9 months ago
    1. Mary

      This is so beautiful, Mahua. ♥️

      9 months ago
  4. Palm

    My daughter’s former private teacher, who passed away beginning of this month. One of the bravest persons I’ve known. She was aged and partly disable due to an accident years ago. It never ceased to amazed me how, living with body pains, she seemed to forget everything when getting together with my daughter, and be present and attentive. I will be forever grateful for the good education that she gave her, and for the time we spent over coffee, sharing pain and laughter.

    9 months ago
    1. Mary

      She sounds wonderful Palm. I am so glad that both you and your daughter had her in your lives.

      9 months ago
      1. Palm

        Thank you Mary, she was an angel crossing our path

        9 months ago
  5. pkr

    My Mom, who left this world 3 weeks ago.
    My dear dear brother Kerry, who passed 10 months ago.
    My dear dad, sister Liz & brother Kevin, who all passed awhile back.
    I miss them all & am so thankful I had them in my life for as long as I did. I am a better person in this world because of them. Thank you to my family….🙏❤️🙏

    9 months ago
    1. Mary

      I am so sorry you lost your Mom 3 weeks ago.
      My Mom is in poor health and I don’t know how much longer she will be with us.
      And losing your brother just ten months ago. I am so sorry for you losses! Mary

      9 months ago
      1. pkr

        Thank you Mary. Sending love & strength to you & your mom. ❤️

        9 months ago
    2. Palm

      I am sorry for your loss, pkr. I am glad to hear about your gratefulness

      9 months ago
      1. pkr

        Thank you Palm. ❤️

        9 months ago
  6. Melissa

    My brother Jim. My dad and mom. My Nonni’s and Nonno’s. Uncle Tille, my dogs that lived long but are gone from this earth. I love them so. Their love carries on in my life.

    9 months ago
  7. Mica

    My Dad! My friend Donata! My friend Billie! My friend Judy!

    9 months ago
  8. Charlie T

    So many friends and family have passed. I am grateful for all of them. They have taught me so much. A few that come to mind are, my Uncle Dave for his sense of humor and curiosity. My good friend and riding partner Sara for her toughness, beautiful attitude, and sense of mischief. My ex father in law Fred for so much, but especially teaching me that all decisions have their trade off’s, and that’s okay.

    9 months ago
  9. Carol

    Too many to name. Some I never met. I just read their books. I regularly call on my ancestors and my many mentors and claim their strength in challenging situations because, I sense their energy and their love is alive in me.

    9 months ago
    1. Laura

      Thank you, Carol. Your response really resonated with me. I’m grateful for those who came before me. I call on their courage often, even though I only know them from pictures. Sometimes they feel very close.

      9 months ago
      1. Carol

        Laura, I can relate. I, too, feel the presence and support of many generations of the women in my family. I also sense that any growth in awareness I gain is helpful to them as well as those who come after me. It goes both ways in this evolutionary creation called life. I pray that our species will, as a well known hymn lyric urges, “Awake from our slumber. Arise from our sleep.”

        9 months ago
  10. Mary Pat

    At my age, there have. been many. Friends who were dear to me, and I remember our times together, relatives who made a difference in my life as well, and even some pets are included in this gratefulness…of course my mother and grandmother. They loved me in spite of me being me back then….I hold them close to my heart…

    9 months ago
  11. sunnypatti48317

    My great grandma Jewel, my grandma Mamie, my Papaw, and my uncle Johnny.

    And then there are those who have passed from my life but are still living on this earth. I learned big life lessons from these people and found strength to cut the toxicity before it was too late. I am grateful for these two I am thinking of, and also grateful they are not a part of my path anymore.

    9 months ago
    1. Mary Pat

      How true…I agree….thanks for that!

      9 months ago
  12. Laura

    My mom for her good sense and sense of humor, her appreciation of and delight in nature, her quiet resiliency. Her presence was always comforting. I miss her every day.

    9 months ago
  13. Nelson

    My grandmother. She loved me unconditionally and I know she still watches over me.

    9 months ago
  14. EJP

    Chloe…teacher of patience, queen of beauty and provider of unconditional love.

    9 months ago
  15. Ile

    A mi padre porque me enseñó a ser servicial con las personas que se encontraban en dificultades, a extender mi ayuda desinteresadamente y eso fue un aprendizaje que trajo mucha luz y amor a mi vida

    9 months ago
    1. Michele

      translation: To my father because he taught me to be helpful to people who were in difficulty, to selflessly extend my help and that was an apprenticeship that brought a lot of light and love to my life.

      9 months ago
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